bureau de change

[ by-rohduh -shahnzh ]
/ bü roʊdə ˈʃɑ̃ʒ /
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noun, plural bu·reaux de change [by-rohduh -shahnzh]. /bü roʊdə ˈʃɑ̃ʒ/. French.
an office where money can be exchanged.
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British Dictionary definitions for bureau de change

bureau de change
/ (ˈbjʊərəʊ də ˈʃɒnʒ) /

a place where foreign currencies can be exchanged

Word Origin for bureau de change

C20: from French, literally: office of exchange
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